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Fender Standard Jazz Bass Guitar - more on #bassguitar #guitars #guitaristica

Fender American Standard Jazz Bass Guitar The same great Fender American Standard Jazz Bass, but new and improved! New features include the Custom Shop pickups and a new neck finish in satin. By inclu - more on #bassguitar #guitars #guitaristica

Fender Standard Jazz Bass Professional bassists in all musical genres have relied on the Fender Jazz Bass guitar since its 1960 introduction for its rich tone and musical versatility. The Standard Jaz - more on #bassguitar #guitars #guitaristica

Precision Punch Meets Jazz Clarity The Standard series welcomes its first Jaguar Bass model in the lithe form of the Standard Jaguar Bass PJ. Bassists will appreciate the remarkable tonal versatility - more on #bassguitar #guitars #guitaristica is the first and only centralized information source for the songs and instrumentals jazz musicians play most frequently.


Vintage Vamp: Billie Holiday

Undeniably gifted and extraordinarily talented, Billie Holiday was one of the most important singers of the Twentieth Century. She sang and co-write songs that have become no less than jazz standards, like "God Bless the Child" and "Strange Fruit." She's inspired singers across genres and generations with her innovative, fully original vocals


Word of Mouth Music, Inc | Kurt Rosenwinkel Standards Trio (feat. Eric Revis & Justin Faulkner) is headed back to NYC for another weeklong stay - this time at the Jazz Standard -


"Fats" Waller [1904, New York City, NY - 1943, Kansas City, KS] Thomas Wright…


Billie Holiday | Legends of Jazz Billie Holiday (nicknamed Lady Day) was a seminal influence on jazz and pop singing. Her vocal style, strongly inspired by jazz instrumentalists, pioneered a new way of manipulating phrasing and tempo. Above all, she was admired for her deeply personal and intimate approach to singing. She co-wrote only a few songs, but several of them have become jazz standards, notably "God Bless the Child", "Don't Explain", and "Lady Sings the Blues". She also became…


“The spirit of jazz is the spirit of openness.” - Herbie Hancock at the 1963 Monterey Jazz Festival